In the past, people had a trusted personal lawyer and a trusted personal doctor. Those professionals got to know you and your families and had a larger understanding of your personal situation and unique issues. In recent years it has become harder and harder to find such professionals as impersonal specialists have taken over. We value that connection to our clients and work to provide our clients with answers for whatever type of legal issue that might arise.
Planning your Estate properly is very important to avoid high legal fees, and court processes. Every responsible adult should take the time to gather the property documents to assure that their families and loved ones are not left with a mess, and to assure that their personal wishes are followed.
From traffic violations which may result in points against your license to more serious DUI/DWI cases, it is important to contact an attorney quickly to preserve your rights and options to avoid loss of your license.
If you are hurt in an accident, you will need legal representation to get all the compensation to which you are entitled. It's important to contact a lawyer as soon as you can so that your attorney can properly gather the information necessary all while working with medical professionals to heal properly. Personal injury matters are often undertaken on a Contingency Basis, which means that fees are paid from proceeds of litigation with defendants, requiring no payment unless our efforts are successful.
The term "Family Law" encompasses many things from Prenuptial Agreements to Adoptions to Divorces. Understanding the legal process and having an experienced family law attorney help guide you through successfully is very important. Remember, it might be your first Divorce, but we have been going through the process for decades!
We have extensive experience helping small and medium sized business, start and thrive. From general corporate guidance to specific Civil Litigation and Tort defenses, we can help your business navigate legal issues.
This site is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.
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